عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: Childhood traumas can have a profound effect on the psychological characteristics of people throughout their lives. The present study was conducted to model suicidal ideation based on primary maladaptive schemas with the mediating role of emotional regulation in people with a history of childhood adversity (physical and sexual).
Methods: This research is a type of correlational study. The statistical population of the current study consists of all adults in Tehran who have a history of physical and sexual adversity in childhood. The sample included 300 people with a history of childhood adversities who were selected by purposeful sampling. To measure research variables were used childhood trauma questionnaires (CTQ), Beck Suicidal Thoughts Questionnaire (BSSI), the Inconsistent Schemas Questionnaire (YSQ-SF), and Gratz Emotion Regulation Questionnaire (DERS).
Results: Analysis of the research data showed that the proposed research model has a goodness of fit. The fit indices of the model showed goodness of fit (IFI, CFI, GFI, NFI<0.9). Therefore, the results of path analysis showed that emotion regulation plays a mediating role in the relationship between maladaptive schemas and suicidal ideation in adults with childhood trauma (p < 0.05).
Discussion and conclusion: Since the defect in the process of emotional regulation is an important factor in the maintenance and emergence of mental disorders, the difficulty in emotional regulation can be an important mediating factor in relation to many important variables in the pathology of mental disorders, such as maladaptive schemas and symptoms of mental disorders such as suicidal thoughts, therefore, special attention should be paid to the role of emotion regulation in pathology and treatment.
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